Ovolo The Valley to become brand flagship from November
Ovolo Hotel has detailed features of its soon-to-open Ovolo The Valley in Brisbane.
Reward – Australia’s Leading Refurbishment Company
Enhance your guests’ experience with Reward’s industry leading refurbishments and fit-outs.
IHG brings Voco into capital cities with new Melbourne signing
IHG’s voco brand continues to grow, with the third Australian property announced last night.
NZ investors plan Rees Queenstown brand expansion after management buyout
Boutique NZ property The Rees Hotel Queenstown has unveiled a management buyout and expansion plan.
Wyndham Hotels debuts midscale Ramada brand in Brisbane
Wyndham’s Ramada brand has entered Brisbane, opening a new midscale hotel near the CBD.
HM Special Feature: 137 Pillars on the move
From a century-old tumbledown teak house to a burgeoning luxury hotel brand, 137 Pillars adds Bangkok, Phuket and l
Hyatt to buy Thompson owner Two Roads for US$480 million, adds 85 hotels globally
Hyatt has further boosted its lifestyle and wellness network, acquiring five new lifestyle brands.
AccorHotels finalises transaction to acquire 50% of sbe Entertainment Group
AccorHotels has completed its 50% stake purchase in sbe Entertainment.
Quest Scarborough shows off new extensions
Quest Scarborough in WA has revealed eleven new apartments built in an expansion of the beachside property.
Canberra’s Diplomat Hotel relaunches after major refurbishment
Extensive renovations have taken place at a mainstay Canberra hotel.
Holiday Inn & Suites hops into Melbourne’s east
Melbourne is set to receive its second Holiday Inn & Suites branded hotel in 2020.
Hotel industry appointments and movements this week (05 Oct)
HM’s special update where we look at some of the key movements in the Australian and New Zealand hotel industry o
Emporium Hotel partners with Maserati for VIP guest transfers
A luxury Brisbane hotel has joined forces with a car dealer to offer VIP guests a premium service.
Is Melbourne better suited to mixed-use hotel developments?
As Melbourne continues to grow, a local law firm has highlighted the pros and cons of a mixed-use development.